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Friday, May 26, 2006

Critics Say Bill Diminishes Due Process for Immigrants

HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA, oh hi there, HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA, oh, I'm sorry, I just can't stop laughing at the insane soft-headed asshattedness of the "we be lubin us some belegals" crowd.

Source: wapo
A coalition of civil rights, religious and legal groups says the legislation would make it easier for the government to detain or deport immigrants -- whether in the country legally or not -- while making it more difficult for them to prove they deserve asylum or naturalization.
Huzzah! I don't believe for one fraction of a second that our illegal lovin prez would ever inconvenience anyone coming here to rape your daughters from easy access to this country and all her bounty. Didn't you know, what makes us a great country is our unwillingness to place hard working illegal alien rapists, pedophiles, murderers and assorted general scum and riff-raff against a wall and perform a more serious form of deportation.

But that's not what I wanted to focus on here, this caught my eye...
The bill also would give Border Patrol officers new powers to jail and deport, without a judge's review, immigrants suspected of having recently crossed into the country illegally. Border officers would be allowed to make such decisions on their own for any foreigners, except Mexicans, they stop within 100 miles of the Mexican or Canadian line. The provision essentially would cement in law a controversial policy that the Department of Homeland Security has phased in during the past few years.
"Except Mexicans?" Um, can someone who's drunk from the fetid waters of law school explain to me how this isn't discrimination, I realize I'm not bringing the sort of rigor to this that someone who managed to graduate an institution of higher drinking would, but this smells like another example of you know what.

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